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19 May 2023
How should schools respond to AI? Alex Soulsby calls for a greater focus on the arts to help students develop their creativity, critical thinking, adaptability and emotional intelligence.
20 Jan 2023
Andy Haldane (Main)
Andy Haldane defines his vision for a fairer, more accessible and fit-for-purpose education and learning system of the future in this blog.
10 Nov 2022
Watching how software engineers work could revolutionise how we build products and services, and give employees more interesting and fulfilling work. Edward Lowe talks Tesla, Henry Ford and a lesson from the slaughterhouse
08 Nov 2022
We complain about giants such as Google, Apple and Microsoft owning our technology, but how many of us take the time to explore the alternatives. As David Jackson argues, they are simple to adopt and free in every sense
14 Sep 2022
This report outlines barriers preventing people from accessing UK lifelong learning opportunities and the drivers that could encourage impactful digital innovations.
25 Nov 2021
This research explores in depth the epochal challenge of misinformation and makes recommendations on how to tackle the issue.
05 Nov 2021
Access to digital services is now more important than ever. This briefing explores recommendations to achieve digital equality in the future.
26 Jan 2021
How did tech firms, born out of an idealistic, innovative vision, become greedy, intrusive, and excessively powerful? Economic analyst Rana Foroohar reveals how Big Tech betrayed us by selling our data without sharing the wealth.
12 Oct 2020
There are signs that the Covid-19 pandemic could rapidly accelerate the pace of technological change. This report explores how these forces could interact to fundamentally reshape the labour market.
27 Aug 2020
In this thought-provoking new RSA Short, tech ethicist James Williams warns that digital distraction is no longer just a minor annoyance but a real and present threat to human freedom and autonomy.
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